Cranio-Sacral Therapy, Level I + II

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with Sílvia Martí Korff, DVM

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Level I + II (4 full days), Thursday to Sunday, June 6th to 9th
Location: Heimathaus Sittensen, Am Heimathaus 4, 27419 Sittensen

Level I, Thursday + Friday, June 6th + 7th
Course Topics Include:

  • History of Cranio-Sacral Therapy
  • Anatomy and Physiology of the Cranio-Sacral System
  • Learning to Listen to the Tissues with Your Intention
  • Listening to the Cranio-Sacral Rhythm
  • Still Point Technique
  • Dural Tube Diagnosis and Treatment
  • 5 Body Diaphragm Techniques (Facial techniques)
  • Cranial Vault Techniques and TMJ
  • Introduction to Facial Diagnosis
  • Follow the Tissue Main Technique
  • Treating Subluxations with Cranio-Sacral Therapy
  • Full Body Treating Protocol

Level II, Saturday + Sunday, June 8th + 9th, 2019
Course Topics Include

  • Fascial Techniques: pelvic diaphragm, respiratory diaphragm, thoracic inlet, hyoid and cranial base
  • Introduction to fascial diagnosis
  • To Follow the Tissue Technique: applying To Follow the Tissue Technique to spinal subluxations and to treat cranial bones
  • Cranial Vault Bones Techniques and TMJ: frontal and parietal lift, temporal bones techniques, SEB compression-decompression, TMJ technique
  • Ten Step Protocol

 

Cranio-sacral therapy is a very light-touch manual technique, used to evaluate the body through listening to the tissues, and invite them to change and heal themselves.  It can be used to treat the physical body (subluxations, tensions in cranial sutures, facial tensions on the different body diaphragms, visceral tensions…) as well as the emotional self, through the somato-emotional release. This course teaches you diagnostic and therapeutic tools to do a full cranio-sacral therapy treatment, and also to use the various techniques in combination with chiropractic.

We will practice on each other, as it is very important to feel within your own body how gentle and powerful cranio-sacral techniques are, to better comprehend its impact on your animal patients. More than half the course consists of guided "hands on" practical learning!

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